How to Get Anyone (Yes, Anyone) to Reply to Your Emails

Getting an email response can be challenging, particularly when your recipient is really busy. Here's how you can encourage a reply.

The Out-of-Office Template You Need When You’re Only Taking One Day Off

Here's the perfect out-of-office message for when you're only taking one day off and really want to unplug—whether on your own or because of a major holiday.

Trust Me: It’ll Be Way Harder to Justify Your Inbox Addiction After You See This Stat

Can't stop yourself from consistently checking your email? This one statistic will serve as inspiration to step away from your inbox.

The Best Way to Grow a Huge Email List? Do a Simple Giveaway.

Craft a prize that attracts your perfect customer and builds a buzz with influencers.

Your Handy Guide to How Long You Can Wait to Respond to That Email

Should you respond to that email today? Tomorrow? This week? Here's how to decide if that message is that urgent or not—and what to do in each situation.

Job Searching? 4 Email Templates That’ll Make Asking for Help So Much Easier

Your professional contacts can be a huge asset during your job hunt. These four email templates will make it easier to politely ask your network for job search help.

A Networking Expert on How to Ask People for Career Favors and Get a Yes

In Molly Beck's book, Reach Out, she talks about how to make a networking ask that's appropriate and guarantees a response. Here's how it should be phrased.

Using This Free App Is Like Having a Personal Assistant Run Your Inbox

Astro is an AI app for your inbox that will completely revolutionize the way you manage email. Here's everything you need to know.

How to Cut All of Your Emails in Half (So People Actually Read Them)

Writing shorter emails at work can be tough. Use these four tips to write more concise emails that people actually want to respond to.

3 Times a Blunt Email Response Is Necessary (Templates Included!)

So, you need to be obvious in your email response, but you don't want to come across as mean or rude? Here's the secret to getting it right.